Was searching through old you tube videos of tracking from the early 2000's era amd ca,e across this guy tracking what appears to be Norway nit walls. WOW. I had never heard of him before I found his videos amd was wondering if he just stopped jumping or the other, darker,possibility. Alas, I found him on the BFL....very sad. I bring him up here because I wasn't aware that that level of proximity tracking even existed at that point in time. This guy was just going so hard that it doesn't surprise me he wound up going in. Sad. Does anybody have any stories about this guy? Was he one of the top trackers of his time? Even by today's standards this guy was amazing flying his body. Also, he's flying a very basic two piece suit, making it that much more impressive.